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5/3/2013 | 5:00 PM
Why is female-female eros persistently imagined as Neoplatonic? Join Todd Reeser as he explores one of the few Neoplatonic representations of female-female eros in the Renaissance period, a curious series of poems by French male poets written in the voice of a woman in love with another woman. Read more
5/3/2013 | 2:15 PM to 3:30 PM
Optimal Beam Search for Machine Translation Read more
CUNY-NLP Seminar: Optimal Beam Search for Machine Translation Read more
5/3/2013 | 2:00 PM
Talk three of Mentoring Future Faculty of Color Project. Popular entertainment, journalistic exposes, and documentary sobriety produce countless images of “life behind bars.” Read more
5/3/2013 | 12:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Now in its fifth year, the Chapbook Festival celebrates the chapbook as a work of art and as a medium for alternative and emerging writers and publishers. Read more
5/3/2013 | 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Leonid Pryadko (UC Riverside)
"Quantum sparse-graph codes for future quantum computers."
5/3/2013 | 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM
the 4th of a 5-seminar event for spring 2013 Read more
5/3/2013 | 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Description: For more information including full program: http://victorian.commons.gc.cuny.edu/ Read more
5/3/2013 | 8:45 AM to 6:00 PM
What did Victorians think about race? Culminating in a keynote by Patrick Brantlinger, this conference explores the challenges posed to Victorian thought by new and prevailing racial and ethnic variation. Read more